Sheridan

Injuries Reported from Motorcycle Wrecks

Rocky Mountain Ambulance crews were called to the scene of two motorcycle accidents near Burgess Junction on Thursday afternoon.

College Receives Grant for Nursing Program

Whitney Benefits has gifted Sheridan College with a grant to fund a part-time instructor for the college's Certified Nursing Assistant program.

Sheridan College Offers Music Therapy

Registration is open now for a new course at Sheridan College this fall.

Local Man Arrested for Drug Possession

Local police have arrested a man for what's been described as a large amount of prescription drugs.

Citation Issued for Fire Ban Violation

One man was cited for violating the county fire ban after Sheridan County sheriff's deputies found four people at a bonfire in the 6800 block of Coffeen Avenue early Wednesday morning.

Planning Board Recommends Zoning Amendment

Sheridan County's planning and zoning board recommended approval, with changes, to a proposed resolution that would allow county residents to sell farm-raised produce at the source.

Treasurer Candidates Talk About Challenge

Sheridan County treasurer candidates Peter Carroll and Scott Hininger gave their views on the biggest challenge that faces the county office.

Absentee Voting is Brisk

Absentee voting in this year's primary elections may be a little more brisk than in years past.

Time Capsule Includes Century Old Artifacts

A cornerstone-laying ceremony planned for Saturday afternoon, at 3, in Sheridan to dedicate the newest school to its namesake, Henry A. Coffeen, will include items from a time capsule that dates back to the first brick school built in town – Central School on East Loucks in 1891.

Fair Exhibit Celebrates Century of Service

A century's worth of helping the people of the state of Wyoming improve their lives will be celebrated during the upcoming state fair in Douglas.

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